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Practice Areas




At Dack Law Group, we are seasoned and pragmatic. We are well attuned to each client’s needs and provide clients with innovative and timely strategic counsel to help them make better-informed decisions, resolve complex legal challenges and achieve specific business goals.

Dack Law Group is particularly adept at handling delicate negotiations among firmly entrenched parties. We understand that in certain circumstances our clients cannot envision coming to terms with an adversary. This is especially evident in cases when a company splits apart and disagreement about division of assets is highly contentious. In such cases, we provide clear-headed advice and a range of options to help bridge the chasm between dueling parties so they can reach agreements and avoid protracted fights that can easily distract from running the new businesses successfully.

Trust & Probate

We understand that death or incapacity of a loved can be difficult, devastating and distressing. That's why it is important that wishes of a deceased or incapacitated loved one are fulfilled. Unfortunately, their wishes can only be surmised from wills and/or trusts that they leave behind. This can result in a myriad of disputes such as:

  • Will contests

  • Trust contests

  • Trustee liability

Dack Law Group has experience representing heirs, beneficiaries, trustees, and executors through trial.

Real Estate


Our experience includes the representation of buyers, sellers, landlords, and brokers in lawsuits concerning the sale and lease of real property interests. From lawsuits involving latent defects in real property to disputes regarding title, we have the experience necessary to assist our clients in achieving their litigation goal. 

Business Law

Business & Corporate Law

Business & Corporate Law

Many people assume that a corporation is the only business entity that can be chosen when starting a new business. Selection of the most appropriate form of business organization (corporation, LLC,…) for any business enterprise involves consideration of many factors, including taxation, management structure, limitation of personal liability, capital structure, ownership succession, and the like. Dack Law Group has the necessary knowledge and experience to assist clients in determining exactly how each of these factors may affect them and their business organization, and in blending all of these factors together to reach a conclusion concerning the most appropriate form of business entity. Allow us to assist you in selecting, forming, and/or reorganizing all types of business entities, including corporations, general and limited partnerships, joint ventures and limited liability companies. Other services in the Corporate/Business Law field include, but are not limited to:

Assisting business owners in purchase or sale of their business, including mergers and reorganizations Advising business owners regarding business succession issues, including buy-sell and stockholder agreements Counseling business owners regarding contract intellectual property and employment issues.

Contact Dack Law Group today to discuss your options when it comes to choosing how you want to do business.

Employment Law

Employment disputes can often have significant consequences for the employer and the affected employee(s). Our attorneys have represented both employers and employees in a wide range of cases, including:

  • Workplace discrimination and/or harassment

  • Wage and hour disputes including issues of overtime, meal time, rest break, vacation pay, and paystub violations

  • Employee misclassification

  • Wrongful termination

  • Employee indemnification

  • Employment contracts

  • Trade secrets

  • Disability discrimination

  • Age discrimination


We recognize that litigation, particularly for employers, is sometimes a ‘zero-sum’ proposition. Thus, in addition to assisting our clients after litigation has arisen, we also counsel clients with respect to their employment practices in an effort to curb litigation whenever possible.

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